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cbs5 eyewitness news on the cw. comes clean. where the lies >>> i view this situation as one big lie. >> after shaming and even suing his accusers lance armstrong comes clean, where the lies end and the truth begins. - that stu >> last thing she said to me was i love you. >> he was inspired by a stanford student who died of cancer, only that student was a hoax. the tangled web of lies surrounding a college football star and a fake cardinal. woman who had to f >> reporter: can you explain what happened? >> and then there is the san jose woman who fought off a kidnapper to protect her 2-year- old daughter. only that never happened either. so what happens when you lie to police? good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken bastida. >>> after years of denying it he finally admitted to the dirty truth. tonight during an interview with oprah lance armstrong said he cheated to gain the upper hand to win seven tour de france titles. cbs5 reporter juliette goodrich watched the interview and tells us how armstrong justified years of cheating to himself. juliette? >> ken, part one tonight, it
by toyota captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >>> a new search in an unsolved bay area kidnapping from almost 30 years ago. the bay area home that investigators dug up. >> crazy questions, even crazier answers. it is super bowl media day. >> sounds like he went too far to get into character. how steve jobs in a movie made ashton kutcher sick. >>> super bowl media day. reporters from around the world, including one guy dressed as a superhero asking questions. cbs 5 sports director, with just one of those people. he joins us from outside the superdome. dennis, what's your favorite color? >> reporter: well, i would definitely say my favorite color is gold tonight. it was a super bowl media day. i had my first alligator burger, and as you mentioned, you got super football players, you got supermodels and superman. if it's tuesday, it is media day at the super bowl. vern glenn takes us inside the dome. >> where are you from? >> i'm from mexico. i'm from mexico. now i'm covering my super bowl. >> welcome to super bowl
not guilty. if convicted, he faces multiple life sentences. reporting live, joe vazquez, cbs 5. >>> a convicted killer who was once on death row and then let out is back in jail after telling police he killed his 90- year-old mother. police say 70-year-old dennis stanworth called them yesterday to tell them what he did. they found his mother's body in vallejo in her home. stanworth was on death row for sexually assaulting and killing two teenaged girls back in the '60s. sentence was changed to life in prison and he was let out on parole in 1999. >>> a big rig driver has died after his truck flew off a highway overpass in vallejo and burst into flames. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran says that intense fire didn't stop a group of strangers from trying to save him. >>> reporter: this is how far chp says that big rig flew some three stories down and now and investigation is under way. that accident happened around 6:40 this morning and ace hardware truck and a white pickup involved in some kind of collision causing the big rig to fly off highway 37 on
. live in san jose, len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> oakland police got more than they bargained for on new year's eve when they sent a team out to track down celebratory gunfire. the department's shotspotter technology led them to a home on 84th avenue just seconds after a gun battle erupted outside. it was so accurate, it led officers straight to the shell casings. >> so without this, some great luck and nighttime, i'm not sure if officers would have been able to find the shell casings there. we would not have found that physical evidence. >> two suspects were arrested a short time later after ramming a pursuing police cruiser. officers also recovered a 100- round assault rifle. the men had tossed it out of their car. the other shooter got away. >>> tonight police are looking for five men who stormed into a san francisco home, they dragged eight people out of bed holding them at gunpoint at the living room at the outer richmond district house overnight. police say the men stole cash, electronics and luggage. it's unclear why that house was targeted. no one was hurt. >>> a key player in the gia
they are not ready to take. in oakland, phil matier, cbs 5. >> coming up at 6:00 the man tap to turn the oakland police department around has his ideas on how to curb the violence. why his plan may be met with stiff opposition, at 6:00. >>> in larkspur a 150-foot tree fell down hitting utility lines and smashing into a house across the street. it happened at around 11:30 this morning on the 300 block of baltimore avenue in the madrone canyon area. the huge redwood caused significant damage to the second story of the house. one person in the house was not injured. the tree also took down utility lines and about 70 customers lost power. officials believe roof decay had weakened the tree. >> overnight freezing temperatures made for a slick commute in the east bay this morning. and it caused a multicar pile- up. take a look. you can see smashed-up cars scattered alongside the road near the claremont resort in becker. one car lost control and set off the chain reaction. >> comes down shortly thereafter. first vehicle as they are assessing damage, third vehicle c
hearing at 5:30. we'll have the latest at 6:00. joe vazquez, cbs 5. >>> the man who is taking over the san jose police department on an interim basis says he does not want the job for good. acting chief larry esquivel says he can speak for rank-and- file officers after 27 years on the force. >> i want to be their voice and be honest and sincere which i have been i think and that's important to them. >> he will focus on retaining officers and work to improve morale among rank-and-file officers. he is replacing chief chris moore, who is retiring this week. esquivel expects to be in command for several months while city leaders select a new chief. >>> at 6:00 tonight, we'll tell you why some say the acting chief is walking into a no-win situation. >>> northern california police officer has been killed in the line of duty. it happened late this morning in the city of galt. it's about halfway between sacramento and stockton. we're told two officers were investigating a burglary when a man they were talking to shot them. one of the officers was killed
dvr included free for life. only $29 a month for six months. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >> the tv viewership for the last super bowl was over 111 million viewers. >> seven years after hurricane katrina, the big easy says it's ready for the big stage. bay area moms join hundreds of thousands across the country in a march for more gun control. >>> and a surprise from the sky knocks out power in the heart of san francisco. good evening, i'm annette. breaking news on the peninsula after two people, including a two-year-old child, were shot in menlo park. the victims were at a mcdonald's in east palo alto. don knapp picks up the story from there. don. >> reporter: we're on willow road. this is where the shooting occurred. probably the traffic lights of the intersection. as we understand it, two vehicles were at the intersection, an altercation ensued, a gun reached out the window and started firing into the other vehicle, quite a few shots were fired and right now, we can hear from the commander to tell us what happened. >> at this point, the two victims are at
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captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org investigators are piecing together - hoping to explait f a bay area >>> shady business deals. drugs, prostitutes, the wild story that investigators are piecing together hoping to explain the murder of the bay area millionaire. >>> san jose's last homicide of 2012 turning out to be more than what it first seems. the maintenance worker turned security guard, now charged with murder. >>> think of it as a one-stop shop for the affordable health insurance. >> one step closer to obama care. when you could start signing up for california's brand new insurance exchange. good evening everybody, i'm in for ken. >> i'm elizabeth cook. we still don't know how he died or why, but we're learning about the silicone valley millionaire who was murdered. in some cases a bit too much. cbs is 5 reporter kit do on the life this guy lead. >> reporter: new details are trickling out about the millionaire who says he lived in a fantasy world of hookers and drugs. all of this is coming to light as the accused killers are ma
sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >>> don't destroy other people's property, make it a fun night. >> worried about fan violence. the mayor makes the rechemical weapons request. >>> just a regular guy in the locker room, how colin kapernick is dealing with the pressure ten days from super bowl xlvii. >>> i was one that put a finger in a bullet hole trying to get a pulse. >> and dramatic word from senator dianne feinstein as she unveils a new bill to ban assault weapons. i'm juliette goodrich in. >> cbs 5 reporter tells us he wants them to do some officiating of their own during the big game. >> the mayor and bartenders know they have a lot of power on game day. oftentimes, they are the first line of defense against mayhem. >> if the niners win the super bowl -- >> are you from back east? >> sorry about that. when the niners win the super bowl, san francisco mayor, ed lee, does not want a repeat of this. what he called knuckle heads after the giants won the world series last year. they
stopping and searching suspicious people otherwise known as stop and frisk. he told cbs 5 he won't back off from what he believes works. >> for any city to say they don't do stop and frisk i'm sorry they don't know what the hell they are talking about. >> reporter: the practice has come under fire. civil rights groups in new york are suing police for stopping and searching people in privately owned buildings. officers were given access by landlords. >> there is a stop and frisk policy that is constitutional i am not against that. >> you don't get to stop random people walking down the street because they are african american male, because they are young or live in a certain neighbourhood. we are against that. if that is how it is going to come out there will be a lot more litigation in this town. >> every police department in this town does it the challenge is do it constitutionally within the law, compassionately. >> reporter: he has support of the new city councilman who heads the public safety committee. >> we are politicians not police officers n
entertainment on the great cbs network. [laughter] good night, everybody. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> a chaotic night in one bay area city. four people killed in six hours in four separate shootings. good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken bastida. the most recent shooting happening a few blocks away from bishop high school in east oakland. juliette goodrich is in oakland tonight. juliette, looks like 2013 is coming in the way 2012 went out. >> reporter: ken, these suspects still at large. it has been a chaotic and very deadly day today in oakland. we're talking about four reported homicides in a span of six hours today. this latest deadly incident phoned in at 8:15 tonight. chopper 5 giving you some pictures above the crime scene. it happened along 94th avenue on hillside street. neighbors reported hearing 20 to 30 gunshots. police are looking for the suspects. bullet casings are found everywhere in the area. one man is confirmed dead. now, this is following three other homicides. those three homic
for more than 12 hours. cbs 5 reporter is there right now. >> reporter: in fact within the last half hour officers made an additional arrest and now three people are within police custody but still one, maybe two suspects are outstanding. >> it was never easy when you get a call from your home regarding one of your fellow colleagues who's been shot and injured. >> reporter: oakland police say last night an undercover officer was on seminary avenue between harmon and east 17th street. he was following up on a recent shooting when several adults confronted him and shot at the officer. >> i think because of his experience and his willingness to survive last night, we were fortunate that he was not injured more seriously. >> reporter: the officer was hit once in the arm and was treatmented at the hoe roll -- treated at the local hospital and released. just after the shooting multipresident agencies -- multiple agencies were called out. >> we are activating our s.w.a.t. team and we confronted a thorough and systematic search of several buildings and s
reminders nobody got it better than us. cbs 5. [cheers and applause] >> and chopper 5 was overhead as the team boarded a delta charter in san jose. as the plane taxied to the runway it got a ceremonial farewell from a couple of fire trucks. ravens fly in on monday. >>> cbs 5 has a sports team in new orleans. vern glen is heading up our coverage from outside of the superdome in new orleans, vern? >>> all right, there, ann, we will have multiple locations, dennis is at the team hotel waiting for the squad to arrive. meantime, yes, myself and the superdome will be seeing a lot of each other leading up to the super bowl. right here on cbs 5. a little later on in sports we will show you a little bit of this historic town. i do want to show you this. this is the cbs sports compound. it is in jackson square park in downtown new orleans. adjacent to the french quarter. multiple shows will come from this location including the cbs news all weeklong. it is quite a presence and tremendous undertaking. they have been constructing this since early last mon
big bucks for his advice and it could move a step closer to hiring him tonight. but cbs 5 reporter joe vazquez tells many oaklanders are already trying to stop the super cop. joe. >> reporter: hey, liz, you know, our interview with bratton yesterday caused quite a stir here at city hall. let me show you some video. now, there are a lot of people who support bratton but these folks were not among them. these are protestors who gathered outside a short while ago. they went inside later on to pack the city council committee meeting where they are deciding on the contract of william bratton. some of these protestors said they were angry at the former police chief of l.a. and new york for standing by the controversial police policy called "stop & frisk." >> i'm sorry that any police department in america that tries to function without some form of "stop & frisk" or whatever terminology they use is doomed to failure. >> reporter: "stop & frisk," staunchly defended by bill bratton in a cbs 5 interview yesterday is validated by the u.s. supreme court t
. and of course cbs news will provide live coverage of today's inauguration festivities, it begins on cbs 5 and will run until 1 in the afternoon and no noon newscast today. cbs 5 will have reports from christin ayers in washington in the next half hour and during our 5 and 6:00 newscasts this evening. >>> it's 42 lovely degrees in washington right now. >> it's so cold there. >> chilly out there. chilly around the bay area. we have numbers around the 20s and 30s and by the afternoon we have sunshinecoming our way. enjoy it, we have big changes coming our way. outside, satellite image, high pressure sliding further to the east now. the last couple of days, the real nice weather outside. by the afternoon, we're enjoying plenty of sunshine. very mild temperatures. right now, it is 28 degrees. in santa rosa and by the afternoon, hazy sunshine for everyone, these temperatures running up well into the 60s. 65 in redwood city and 63 degrees in san francisco. we could have rain coming our way. let's check out the roads. >>> and still watching a couple problems
in jeopardy. cbs reporter danielle nottingham on what's holding things up now. danielle. >>> reporter: good evening. this isn't revolved yet. speaker john boehner gave them a choice to vote on the senate passed bill or amend it with more spending cuts and we are just getting word now from leadership aides that it's looking like they will vote on the senate's bill. how gop members left closed- door meetings with no agreement to pass the senate's "fiscal cliff" bill. the sticking point for many republicans, the senate version does not cut enough spending somewhat what we're really doing is raising taxes to give the president more money to spend. we think that's a bad idea. >> reporter: republican majority leader eric cantor told supporters he did not support the bill in its current form. do you personally oppose the bill? >> i do not support the bill. >> reporter: the senate agreement postpones harsh across-the-board spending cuts for a few months. it also makes bush-era tax cuts permanent for individuals making under $400,000 a year and families making under $450,000 a year. the white house
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with a special three hours in the morning. at 10:00 a.m. live cbs news coverage. >>> overseas the taliban says it's responsible for the attack on the traffic in the capital of kabul. the attackers stormed the building early this morning. a car bomb and at least three suicide bombers were involved. it's reported that at least one blew himself up. police say they are still fighting the militants inside that building. >> and at least 81 people are dead at the algerian gas plant that was the scene of a four-day terror siege. 23 hostages including one american are confirmed dead, but security officials say that number could rise. when algerian forces with were sent into the plant on sunday they found 25 bodies. the group's task now is identifying whether they belong to hostages or militants. algerian officials say they stormed the facility on saturday because the hostage takers were planning to blow up the complex and kill all the captives. among the dead an american from texas. >>> we had the doors open again and someone came in, a very friendly voice said good morning but not
for a vote as early as this summer. danielle nottingham, cbs news, washington. >>> well, also on capitol hill, the senate overwhelmingly confirmed senator john kerry to be the next secretary of state. yesterday's vote was 94-3. kerry plans to resign from the senate on friday. earlier he was unanimously approved by the senate foreign relations committee which he chard for the past four years. so what's the future of the woman kerry replaces? secretary of state hillary clinton said at a town hall meeting yesterday said yesterday, quote, she has absolutely no plans to run for president in 2016 but is looking forward to the next chapter. some are getting a leg up. they formed a super pac. it's called "ready for hillary." >>> well, some severe weather including dangerous thunderstorms and the potential for tornados swept through the south and central u.s. overnight. torrential rain in chicago lasted through the night into the early morning. more is expected today as well. there were downed trees and power outages in arkansas and severe weather is expected in tennessee a
and on for several months. reporting live in oakland, joe vazquez, cbs 5. >> and more on the crime- fighting tactic coming to oakland in the "cbs evening news" at 5:30. john blackstone reports on the last-ditch efforts by city leader. >>> the san francisco 49ers holding their first practice to get ready for the super bowl today. it is the first time workout since winning the nfc championship last sunday by beating the falcons. a lot of distractions, too. you have family coming in, requests for tickets and so on. 9ers are set to fly to new orleans on sunday. once they arrive, the players and coaches will be on a tight schedule including media interviews and other distractions. dennis o'donnell joins me now. the 9ers have a lot to do. there's a lot that goes into the two weeks preparations. >> i call them the three ds. don't get hurt, don't get into any trouble off the field, and don't give the baltimore ravens any bulletin board material. practice like you're playing in the super bowl. any player will tell you that if you practice great, you're going to pl
hours until 3:00 a.m. and in san francisco, i'm elizabeth harrington, cbs5. >> police will be out in force looking for anyone who has had too much to drink. they'll be looking for you long before you get into your car. the city is issuing a zero policy tolerance. >> if you see someone drinking too much, unable to care for yourself, be forewarned now you could be stopped by the san francisco police department. you can be cited and go to jail as well. >> even if you make it to the cab, you're not home free. if you get sick in the back, you could be charged $100 on the spot to cover clean up costs. >> wow, if you need a slap in the face, the weather will oblige. roberta's got the details. >> it is going to get cold. we're calling on our high- definition radar. the precipitation will befalling into a form of snow. currently the skies are clearing out with a direct result. the temperature, they have been plummeting. livermore is now at 41 degrees, but check out santa rosa with clear skies, 36 degrees. a bit of a cloud cover in redwood city and we'll call it partly cloudy. tonight a few
a anonymous tip line at 510-464- 7011. live in san leandro. cbs 5. >>> another fate aol shooting in -- another fatal shooting in san francisco at fillmore and gary streets. after being hit, the man crashed into a parked car. the gunman who witnesses say was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt ran to another car and took off. >>> san francisco 49ers wide receiver michael crabtree is expected to play tomorrow against the falcons. the news comes as crabtree finds himself involved in a sexual assault investigation. crabtree's lawyer said he is cooperating with san francisco police and voluntarily answered questions before heading to atlanta with the team. >>> so now we're just about 14 hours away from kickoff and not only are the 49ers -- not only have the 49ers arrived but so have the faithful. we have more from atlanta. >> reporter: just practicing my colin kaepernicking. what he does after he scores touchdowns. look at these 49er fans here in atlanta. they are already trying to perfect it. >> colin -- colin? >> as for the team, under heavy security, here they were arriving after an hour and a half
.wgbh.org >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >>> the problem, a bay area neighborhood overrun by deer. the solution, surgery. the ambitious plan to spay more than 100 wild does. >> new water, new rules. what you need to know before you start venting about your job or your boss online. >>> buzz before the game and buzz after the game. >> and $4 million for just 30 seconds. how advertisers hope to get you hooked and cash in on the super bowl this year. good evening, i'm ken bastida. >>> and i'm elizabeth cook. in fairy tales, deer are usually loving creatures, the reality, not so much. a senior citizen complex has come up with a plan. the plan involves the does, but not the bucks. kit. >> liz, the neighbors tell us this is the time of night when the deer come out, start eating your rose bushes and leaving deer droppings in the yard. this is a problem that has been exploding in the last couple years and now is the time to do something about it. here at the gated community, known as the villages, the deer figured out what seniors knew, it is a great place to live. 24 hour secur
farmers will finally note extent of the damage. carter evans, cbs news edison california. >> jeff: along the east coast the weather story was just the reverse. unusually warm weather with people in will amington north carolina enjoying a january day at the beach. from florida to new england today's high temperatures were 15 to 20 degrees above normal vice president joe biden will present the findings of his task force aimed at curb gun violence to president obama on tuesday. jan crawford tonight is in our washington bureau with detail, jan good evening. >> with the gun control debate raging here in washington people are actually buying pore guns than ever. and that is prompting one senator today to make a direct appeal to the stores selling the guns. >> reporter: let's than a month after the mass shooting in a newtown connecticut elementary school gun shows across the country are drawing record numbers. >> we were expecting a large crowd but we had no anticipation that we would have a crowd like this. >> reporter: sales are soaring, triggered by concerns congress soon will ban or limit a
'm out of politics. >> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, january 28th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin this morning with the battle over immigration reform. overnight a bipartisan group of senators reached a deal on legislation, that, if enacted, would rewrite the immigration laws in this country. they plan to officially announce their agreement later today. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning. after a failure at immigration in 2010, washington is gearing up again, but there is evidence, including the growing hispanic vote that the political mood has changed here in washington, and many on both sides say now is the time for immigration reform. congress will again take up immigration reform. this time there's bipartisan support to get a deal done. >> i'm department, guardlely optimistic that this time we can get it done. >> the deal include tougher border enforcement to apiece republicans and a path way to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants now living in the united states. >> first of all americans s
yards in neighborhoods near highland hospital all day long. cbs 5 reporter da lin tells us the suspect shed his jail clothes. >>> reporter: deputies ran from house to house with their guns drawn near highland hospital searching for a violent jail escapee. alameda county sheriff's deputies, oakland police, bart police and state parole agents locked down a 10-block area to search for this man, 31-year- old anthony hoskins. deputies say the landscaping made the search difficult. >> you have yards that are not symmetrical. there's a lot of overgrowth. >> reporter: sources say he was facing a long prison term for a number of robberies and kidnappings. my sources believe he might have faked his medical condition so he could leave santa rita jail where he had been locked up since july. investigators are trying to figure out how he freed himself from his waist and leg shackles in the car on the way to highland. >> absolutely they're locked. so we are trying to see if he was able to manipulate it or if they were placed on incorrectly. >> reporter
wit ter, cbs news, los angeles, california. >>> now to that dangerously cold weather that just won't let go. this morning much of the mid-atlantic remains under a winter weather advisory or loss. in lawrence massachusetts, about 25 miles north of boston temperatures didn't get out of the single digits last night as firefighters were covered with ice as they battled a three-alarm blaze. david bernard of our cbs miami station wfor is following the cold track. >>> in atlanta we may start with freezing rain, but by this afternoon we're looking at a high of 48. that's all going to change over to liquid. if we travel north of there through the carolinas into the atlantic, d.c., as far north as philadelphia, light to moderate snow is expected today. mainly one to two inches in most spots. this is not going to be major storm and is going to move out by the evening hours. highs in the mid-20s from new york to boston. cleveland after some morning snows will see an afternoon high temperature of 20 degrees. across the midwest it stays cold. and chicago at 29. 16 in minne
the president has the support of most americans. in an exclusive cbs 5 surveyusa poll 71% of people in the bay area support a ban on assault weapons. 67% support limits on how much ammunition a gun could hold. those numbers roughly match a recent national survey. they also found that people have been following this gun debate very closely and it's just another indication that the sandy hook tragedy can translate to action in washington. grace lee, cbs 5. >>> even an 11-year-old knows the obstacles standing in the way of the president's plan. >> in the letter that julia wrote me, she said, "i know that laws have to be passed by congress. but i beg you to try very hard." [ laughter ] >> julia, i will try very hard. >> the reaction from congressional leaders was lukewarm at best. in recent weeks gun sales have skyrocketed nationwide. >>> hours before the president unveiled his proposals, the nation's most powerful gun lobby had already launched a preemptive strike. >> are the president's kids more important than yours? >> in a move to rally gun ri
or face possible jail time. live in san mateo, kiet do, cbs 5. >>> it is still a mystery why a group of people would break into the mansion of a wealthy businessman, kill him and beat up his wife. one of four people arrested appeared in court today. 21-year-old javier garcia faces six felony charges in the murder of raveesh kumra. he was found dead in his monte sereno mansion on november 30. >> count 1 is murder. they're also charged with home invasion robbery. >> police have arrested three other suspects in the case. they range in age from 21 to 26. >>> who would steal a dog and then throw it into traffic? police want you to look closely at a major new clue. we showed it to the victim to see what she says about it. >> reporter: police say the man seen running away in this video had just mugged a woman and threw her dog into oncoming traffic. the victim still lives in the shadow of that crime, wanting to remain anonymous and fearing for her life. >> seeing everything in my head again and wanting to break everything and just scream at the top of my lungs, because i miss her and i'm an
house >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >> the mentality of these people that we're dealing with today. >> for the second time in a weekend, oakland police officer is shot. the police chief's message to his force, and the people of oakland. >> and word of new help complications tonight for giants fan, brian stowe. and for the san francisco 49ers, a little less nfc after glow as the team gets down to business and the baltimore ravens. good evening, i'm ken bastida. the police chief wants everyone to listen up. he is not mincing his words after another officer was shot in east oakland. the second this week. cbs 5 reporter is at the scene. juliette. >> reporter: ken, the police chief taking a tough stance tonight. police were out here around 5:45 this evening. they were investigating this hit-and-run car crash that you can see. then they heard gun shots a block away. they ran to the scene. police say the gunman saw them in uniform and started firing shots directly at them. >> this will not be tolerated. you cannot shoot at police officers when they are trying to
ning. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. cbs 5 sports reporter kim coyle is here with us. she's interviewed crabtree dozens of times and was there when he got drafted. but first, juliette goodrich is at the hall of justice in san francisco with what police are saying tonight. >> reporter: tonight, san francisco police are investigating this sexual assault allegation involving 49ers' wide receiver michael crabtree. as of tonight, amid this investigation, cbs 5 has learned he is in atlanta with his team. san francisco police say the alleged sexual assault involving 49ers' michael crabtree occurred in a san francisco hotel room last sunday morning after the 49ers play-off victory over the green bay packers. today, crabtree was practicing with the team in santa clara. our cameras caught him literally running late to board the team bus as it was en route to the airport and then on to atlanta. in a news release, the san francisco police department said, quote, michael crabtree has been interviewed with his lawyer present and has co
teenagers find themselves stranded and in need of rescue on a frozen lake. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, january 24th, 2013. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. the 113th congress has been sworn in, and today the house takes up its first piece of business, the bill of providing aid to victims of superstorm sandy. john boehner was re-elected as speaker of the house, but he sparked a flood of criticism from within his own party. tara mergener is in washington this morning. tara, good morning to you. >>> terrell, the speaker changed course after an angry backlash for the delay. it's the first of two votes to send up $60 million in aid to the victims of superstorm sandy. he's trying to rebuild his home but he's run into a problem. his frustration grew when the last session of congress ended this week without acting on a bill to provide financial relief to millions of victims. >> it's like a slap in the face when you really think about, you know, the way we're being treated by the government, that they're withhold
and a number of parents are quick to add the district is doing absolutely nothing to stop it. cbs5 reporter allen martin is back with a story he's followed for months now to show us how bad it really is. >> reporter: it's cell phone video of a brutal attack in a schoolyard. you see the victim struggling to defend herself while other students watch and even laugh. the girl getting pummeled, 11- year-old anesia william. >> i just remember being on the ground. >> reporter: she's still confused about what happened. she lost consciousness and was hospitalized for a concussion. >> i was trying to figure out what happened. >> reporter: it happened at hogan middle school in vallejo and it's not an isolated case. >> she hit me here. >> reporter: victoria lopez an 8th grader said she, too was grabbed by the hair, thrown to the ground and viciously beaten. so was her best friend. >> she busted my lip right here. >> reporter: cynthia said the pulleying started with a threat. >> -- the bullying started with a threat. >> she said do you have a phone? i said no.
unveiled sweeping new measures to reduce gun violence. in a just released cbs/"new york times" poll 92% of americans favored universal background checks for gun buyers while 54% favored stricter gun laws. >>> the colorado movie theater that was the scene of a mass shooting in july opens to the public today. yesterday a ceremony was held for the victims along with a private screening for survivors. for some it was a step toward healing, but others didn't see it that way. teresa garcia reports now from aurora, colorado. >> reporter: police and moviegoers gathered once again at the aurora colorado theater, but this time it was in healing. six months after the horror of the mass shooting that left 12 dead, the theater reopened for survivors, victims' families, and first responders. >> we are a community of survivors, and we are a community that is united in our recovery. >> reporter: the gathering in the newly remodeled theater number 9 drew mixed responses from survivors and victims' families. >> dave hoover lost his 15-year-old nerve few a.j.boik. he said ente
evening i'm liz beth cook. >> and i'm ken. this is not good news for one bay area airport. cbs 5 reporter juliette goodrich is at san jose. . >> ana terminal is empty that.'s because that non-stop flight that everyone was celebrating last week has been grounded from san jose to tokyo. in fact, all ana japan airline 787s have been grounded, this after major problems especially happening tonight. we'll show you the video. just imagine those san jose travelers in tokyo right now. they were suppose today return tomorrow. they were scrambling to find another way home. >> airways flight 692 with 129 passengers on board made an emergency landing at airport in japan. those on board reported a burning smell a battery problem triggered a cockpit air forcing pilots to land the plane. tonight ana announced it has grounded all of its 17 dream liners this following a series of problems the past four months from oil leaks to fuel leaks to engine cracks and damaged cockpit windows and now an emergency landing. last friday san jose international airports inaugural non-stop flight from san jose to tokyo on
that time is now." winfrey told cbs news he was emotional but didn't elaborate. she tweeted, "just wrapped with lance armstrong. more than 2 1/2 hours. he came ready." cbs news. >> and oprah winfrey will talk about her interview with armstrong coming up later on "cbs this morning." >>> today vice president biden will formally hand over recommendations from his gun control task force to president obama. the president will likely unveil his plan to reduce gun violence as early as tomorrow. meanwhile, new york state is expected to pass the most restrictive gun law in the nation later today. it includes tighter restrictions on assault weapons and ammunition. susan mcginnis is in washington this morning with more. good to see you. good morning. >> reporter: terrell, good morning. the president facing a lot of opposition here on capitol hill is now looking at 19 steps he can take to curb gun violence with no congressional approval. the white house believes that acting fast gives it the best chance of success with the wounds from the connecticut school shooting still so wid
as quickly as they can. live in oakland, joe vazquez, cbs 5. >>> new details on the home invasion murder of a bay area millionaire. the "san francisco chronicle" is reporting that it could be connected to a notorious east oakland gang. the paper says that recover very kumra was killed -- ravi kumra was killed not long after a prostitute revealed details about his mansion to members of "the money team" one of the gangs oakland police blame for a recent spike in violent crime. at least two of the three accused killers are believed to have ties to that gang. >>> we also learned today a san jose mother's frightening story of a kidnapping attempt was made up. police sprang into action tuesday after a man reported a man tried to grab her 2-year- old daughter out of her arms. police canvassed her neighborhood even released a sketch of a suspect. today the mother came clean and admitted she made it up. police are not saying why she did that. but she could face charges. >>> they say that they are living and they are fed up with living in these deplorable condit
suhr will be patrolling the streets that day, as well. live here in san francisco, i'm da lin, cbs 5. >> that's the future. >>> today was ticket pickup day for the lucky 49er fans going to the super bowl. the winners were chosen at random from the team's season ticketholders. they had to pay $1,700 for a pair of tickets. one fan says despite the cost it's a priceless experience. >> i am jacked up trying to figure out all week whether to sell or keep them but all my friends are telling me i have to go, it's a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. i'm going. i don't care about the money. i'm a 9er fan, i'm going. >> you got go, you got to go. those who say they are going are getting there any way they can, some driving, some flying into neighboring states and driving to new orleans. >>> 49ers head coach jim harbaugh is getting his players ready for the trip. the team flies sunday. he says the players should savor the experience. >> i want them to enjoy it. i want them to enjoy every minute and especially enjoy the competition. that's the most exciting t
of a crisis this is. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. washington has barely had time to catch its breath after reaching a deal on raising taxes and battle lines are already emerging for the next showdown. this week, secretary of the treasury, timothy geithner reported the u.s. government has reached its borrowing limit. this means the congress and the president have roughly two months to work out a deal to raise that limit. republicans are saying no deal without spending cuts. major garrett is at the white house for us tonight. major. >> reporter: the president returns from hawaii to find a capital city in full inaugural regalia. jim, as you mentioned, the republicans have their demands on spending cuts. the president has an inflexible demand of his own-- no negotiations over raising the debt ceiling. the grand stage at the capitol nearly complete, so, too, the presidential reviewing stand just outside the white house gate. the first family's hawaiian vacation, carved up by fiscal cliff drama ends today. the president used
notarangelo, cbs 5. >>> now to san jose, which has also seen a rise in killings thisser. >> this map was generated by the "san jose mercury news" showing where each of the city's 46 homicides occurred. cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo has more on what was hopefully the last murder of 2012. >> we're treating it as a homicide scene. >> reporter: san jose marked the last day of 2012 with yet another homicide are, bringing the murder rate to 46 for the year. >> there are some cameras. we haven't been able to pull up what's on them yet. >> reporter: at about 9:30 a.m., san jose police received a call of an armed man in this apartment complex at the intersection of lewis and wong. >> so i woke up in the morning and then i heard eye loud gunshot and followed by screams. >> reporter: by the time crews arrived he was dead at the scene. >> once we determined it was probably going to be a homicide, just ramped up the manpower. >> reporter: this video last week of roll call shows how depleted the force is. layoffs meant fewer officers on the streets and more criminals committing crimes. just look
brother is about to hop on board. and cbs 5 reporter mike sugerman says won't just be watching. he will be listening, too. mike. >> reporter: maybe you should call this big bus is watching and listening. it's lights, camera, muni. it's one of those stories that people of good faith on both sides say, how can you think that? but if technology improves, this dispute only gets more intense. muni usually isn't the stuff of hollywood until it is. all 800 or so muni buses and several hundred trains are waiting to be changed so you can have your close-up. or to help police figure who might have been at fault in this 2009 crash. or maybe to finger a pickpocket. cameras and microphones have been in place for over a decade but change is coming. they record in the camera and erase themselves every 48 hours but soon then be transmitted back to muni or police in realtime. that has privacy advocates upset. >> all are dealing with a cop over their shoulders. >> reporter: the electronic frontier foundation says authorities shouldn't be able to know what you're doing it all the. >> we're unable to
. cbs 5's ken bastida talked with some of the 49ers' faithful fans. >> there were no players but they didn't care. ed in as len was showing you, there was a news conference today. normally about six, seven cameras attend. ed to, over two dozen cameras jammed into the interview room which kind of gives you some indication that we have begun this now two week adventure up to the super bowl. the fans didn't care there were no players or coaches. they showed up anyway to start celebrating. >> do you go to the games? >> every now and then. not all the time. >> what are all these people doing hered to many >> these are all fans. they are die-hard fans. we're loyal and we've here. >> you still have two weeks. why are you doing it all in one day. >> faithful, baby. we're real fans. >> we are. we are here to support our team. we're so glad. >> yeah. i was giving them a bad time, but they are die hard fans for sure. as len said, some day. they are putting the seats down right now. that's a live picture. construction that is going on day and ni
country tis of thee. >> susan live in washington d. c., thank you so much. and cbs 5 will have reports from our very own christin ayers in washington and during the the 5 and 6 newscast this evening. and cbs news will provide live coverage of the festivities beginning at 7 this morning on cbs 5 and will run until about 1 in the afternoon. by the way, there will be no new newscasts today. the latest news is always on our web site, cbssf.com. >>> beyonce busy, she has the inauguration, couple weeks she has the super bowl. >> busy lady. >> and it's a beautiful day. >>> and we have to enjoy it. we're starting to see changes in the not too distant future. cooler weather on the way. for today let's enjoy the sunshine under high pressure. that ridge is sliding to the east. those clouds gathering somewhat close to the coastline. it will l be another day before we start to to see those move on shore. some 20s and 30s in the valley but check out pacifica. 52 degrees. seeing a good breeze and that's enough to mix the summary and keep the temperatures warmer.
are headed for another freezing night for some it will be one of the coldest of the winter, cbs 5 chief meteorologist, paul. >> what is this canada? six straight nights, with temperatures below freezing. it will be another cold one tonight. winds are calmer another widespread freeze in the north bay also our interior valleys of the east bay. under a freeze warning for the sixth straight night. another frost advisory, on the peninsula this has been a trend half way through january right now san jose running five and a half degrees below average that is significant. concord nearly 5 degrees below. san francisco a little better but still cold, 3 degrees below average. things will change big time soon find out when the 60s are coming back, that is coming up in a few minutes. >> see you then. it will be tough to stay warm for a few dozen people in lark spur because a 150-foot tree smashed into a house across the street here taking down power lines with it. about 70 customers lost power, 30 still in the dark until at least tomorrow morning. >>> worry overnight freezing temperatures could lead
letter legible in order not to debase our currency. >> reporter: on "cbs this morning." >> the only way you're allowed to have that as your signature is if your name is boing boing boing boing boing boing. captioning funded by cbs >>> well come to "cbs this morning." hospitals from the pacific northwest to texas to new england are full of flu patients. >> and this morning, some areas are starting to run low on flu vaccine. michelle miller is in boston inside a neighborhood health clinic. michelle good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie, norah and our viewers in the west. the west coast may not have been hit hard by the flu but here in boston it is a health care emergency. city official this is weekend will open up health clinics like this and offer free flu shots. the hope is to ease some of the burden on hospital emergency rooms which are nearing capacity. the cdc is expected to release new numbers later today for an outbreak that is spreading across the country. this year's flu epidemic has hit the country hard and early. >> it seems like everyone aroun
will it mean to you and your family's finances? cbs 5 reporter grace lee with the consequences of a compromise. >> reporter: this deal is not official until both houses pass it and it's signed by the president. outlined at this point it's clear at least when it comes to your taxes. so most middle and low-income families should be spared the bulk of those tax increases. but most of us are going to be paying something extra to the irs in 2013. >> keep in mind just last month republicans in congress said they would never agree to raise tax rates on the wealthiest americans. obviously the agreement is currently being discussed would raise those rates and raise them permanently. now -- [ applause ] >> yeah! [ applause ] >> but guess what. you may not get any more revenue. you may not get any more economic growth but you can say i stuck it to the rich people. >> reporter: on capitol hill, the blame game is in full lot tole with with just a few hours left before we take the "fiscal cliff" plunge at midnight eastern time. >> i'm willing to get this done. i need a dance partner. >> reporter: vice presi
home invasion murder. as cbs 5 reporter mark sayre tells us more suspects could be arrested. >>> reporter: this is a case that still has more questions than answers as yet another suspect appears in court today. and court documents raise some questions about the victim's lifestyle. >>> reporter: 21-year-old javier garcia appeared in santa clara county superior court this afternoon. garcia, who was arrested in oakland last week, faces six felony charges in connection with the murder of south bay businessman ravi kumra, amir allem is a deputy district attorney. >> count 1 is murder. they are also charged with robbery, home invasion robbery you would refer. >> reporter: allem says he cannot discuss the fact of the case because the charging documents remain under' court seal. >> we file it under seal because it's pending investigation and that would negatively affect potentially the investigation and we don't want that to happen. >> reporter: kumra was found dead in this mansion in the early-morning hours of november 30th after his wife called 911 reporting several people had br
. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington has details of the so-called homeless bill of lights. >> reporter: the homeless bill of rights would be all about freedom from discrimination. do you feel like as a homeless person, you have basic human rights? >> no. no. been treated like dogs. >> reporter: that type of sentiment is what's behind a proposed homeless bill of rights. san francisco assemblyman introduced the legislation calling for statewide recommendations. >> basically what it's saying is, is we're not going to usurp any communities local laws about it. but we'd like to provide direction for how to alleviate homelessness. >> reporter: that means a uniform plan in every california city of where the homeless can get health care. benefits, find a clean bathroom or place to stay. he wants the goal to be to help the homeless rather than criminalize them. >> i think there's been a trend to criminalize a person if they're homeless. just because they're homeless. >> reporter: homeless i talk to say they're frequently cited by police. simply for living their day-to- day lives. >> i have one
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